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post #1 of 6 Old 11-04-2007, 05:26 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any experiance with the Mag-hyech diff. cover? Is it worth the money? Is it just for looks primarily?

Just tring to decide if I want to put one on my truck. Thanks guys!

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I holds more oil and I believe is finned aluminum which is supposed to lower the oil temp. You can also get it with a easy drain plug. And yes they do look sweet.

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I got it because I wanted the extra capacity. It supposedly helps disperse heat as well. I literally beat the hell out of my truck so I figured it would be a lot cleaner when I have change fluid and rebuild the rear end.

It do look perty!

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looks like these guys got you covered.... +1 more for you should get it
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yep another plus one for me. its a great product, you wont be disappointed, I would also recommend their tranny pan. It nearly doubles your oil capacity and cools things down.
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yep another plus one for me. its a great product, you wont be disappointed, I would also recommend their tranny pan. It nearly doubles your oil capacity and cools things down.
i would never put a bigger tranny pan on. I WOULD however spend the money on a bigger or fan cooled cooler. The problem with more fluid capacity in the trans is that YES....it does take longer for it to get hot, BUT if it does get hot, it will be WAY tougher to get it cooled back down. A properly functioning trans with an additional cooler is plenty effecient for dispercing heat.
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